Brexit Britain – The planned stages of social change

21 March 2019 — True Publica

Brexit Britain - The documented stages of social change

By TruePublica: Whilst the far-right gains traction and their anarchic voices get louder, behind the scenes the dark forces that funds and promotes them are working to what documents reveal is a three-stage model of social change. What we are really witnessing through Brexit is the acceleration of a programme of economic regime change by a foreign state – invited in by a weakened political party who understood that their ideology of neoliberal capitalism was falling apart.

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Geoffrey Cox’s New “Legal Advice” on Brexit Incentivises Unionist Violence By Craig Murray

15 March 2019 — Craig Murray

Brexit has revealed further the rottenness of the British political Establishment, but I am still truly shocked now to see the Government of the United Kingdom negotiating a major international treaty on the acknowledged, discussed and now published basis that it has every intention of breaking that treaty once it is in force. Officially published by the Attorney General, no less.

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Britain: Corbyn, no more concessions! By Adam Booth

27 February 2019 — In Defence of Marxism

Jeremy Corbyn has promised the possibility of a second referendum in an attempt to pacify the Blairites. But such compromises will only embolden the Labour right wing. These careerists must instead be shown the door.Brexit is beginning to take its toll on Britain’s political parties. Both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are desperately attempting to hold their parties together in the face of irreconcilable divisions. But neither leader will be able to appease their rebels. Splits and shocks are the order of the day.

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US psychological warfare techniques being used to overthrow British democracy

22 February 2019 — True Publica 
US psychological warfare techniques being used to overthrow British democracy
There have always been lobbyists and PR people involved in politics. We have always had think tanks that have leaned in a certain direction and provided research and speakers partial to their side of the debate. So what are the special concerns that cause us to claim that our system is developing in such a way that we no longer have free and fair elections?

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A Progressive ‘Artifice’ of Democratic Impotence: The ‘World’ Finally ‘Gets It’ By Alastair Crooke

28 January 2019 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Antonio Gramsci described an interregnum as a time “when the old is dying and the new cannot be born… in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms pertain.” In such periods, the new is perceived as mad, bad and dangerous to contemplate.

Britain plainly is going through such an interregnum: a period when the élites that previously ‘managed’ political discourse (in Michel Foucault’s words) within strict consensual frontiers, now find that it is being acerbically contested. Such periods are also moments when sanity is lost — when the limits and meaning of what it is reasonable to believe – and do – melt away.

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Brexit, Free Ports and the super-exploitation of the working class By Steve James

4 February 2019 — WSWS

Boris Johnson, the leading Brexiteer and former foreign secretary, spoke last month at an event organised by Lord Bamford, the billionaire chief executive of earth moving equipment manufacturer JCB. Johnson reportedly earned £10,000 for his grovelling speech, littered with droll references to JCB’s products.

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A liberal elite still luring us towards the abyss By Jonathan Cook

31 January 2019 — True Publica

A group of 30 respected intellectuals, writers and historians has published a manifesto bewailing the imminent collapse of Europe and its supposed Enlightenment values of liberalism and rationalism. The idea of Europe, they warn, “is falling apart before our eyes”, as Britain prepares for Brexit and “populist and nationalist” parties look poised to make sweeping gains in elections across the continent. Continue reading

Britain Lurches Deeper into Brexit Crisis: Its Population Remains Deeply Alienated from the Political Establishment By Dr. Leon Tressell

29 January 2019 — Global Research

The British political establishment is experiencing an unprecedented crisis over the issue of exiting the European Union. The Conservative government staggers from crisis to crisis over its Brexit deal while politicians off all colours bicker and argue as the UK lurches towards a potentially devastating No Deal scenario. This had lead to a huge distrust in the political class amongst the long suffering public.

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